Sunday, January 23, 2011

Review: Jersey bins waterproof case

A few months ago the kind people sent from Jersey bins some samples of their waterproof cycling bags for us to test.

The Jersey bins come in two sizes: trim bin. 7? X 7?(95mm_x_177mm) at 3-3/4 and the big 3? X 7? (120 x 177 mm) moved to 4-3/4. Both sizes is eight gauge vinyl with a satin or clear stops and all have a zipper style opening and rounded corners so you don't get stuck. In the photo above the bins with the black zippers are "Limited edition" models with somewhat more rigid vinyl.

I spend much time on my Bikes…in rain and in the moist heat of SW Florida. Most of the times during the summer trip I with a frozen Waterbottle in mid back bag of my Jersey…extra hydration and a simple core cooling technology (a frozen block water next to the spine works quite well). As I above and as heat that melt bottle's contents, soaking mean condensation and sweat shirt. I used to use plastic bags, and they only take sandwich not more than a few travel before you have holes in you. Not good. With the trim although I can certainly a few AA bear, my "Dumbphone", batteries, ID card/debit card and a few dollars and everything stays nice and dry. I think a larger big bin in my work bag so if rain on the way to the or threatens from work, I can stash and my wallet and phone there worry about things, the always wet.

There really isn't much more to say - the Jersey bin works and are relatively inexpensive ($ 3.75 for the frosty trim moved, $4.75 for the frosty big Bin…limited edition models, the more). These would make a nice last minute stocking stuffer for the cyclist in your life! Take a look at the Jersey bin offers by visiting your website.

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